KCCA FC manger Mike Mutebi promises his team will play positive attacking football against Mtibwa Sugar ahead of their 2018/2019 Total CAF Confederations Cup return leg on Saturday.
Despite leading the aggregate 3-0, the Kasasiro Boys manager says he can’t see his team playing defensive football against the Tanzanian outfit because it’s not his philosophy.
“We have come here to try and play positive football, try to win and also entertain because we want to play football so that the fans can also enjoy,” Mutebi told www.football-256.com.
“People always come to see goals, we shall play attractive, attacking and positive football because we didn’t come here trying to play carefully.”
“Am sure Mtibwa is going to play open attacking football because they need to score goals and that’s what we want also, to play an open game and in the end you may find six, seven goals,” he added.
KCCA FC Captain Timothy Awany who brings more than leadership to the team is looking forward to a win for the fans.
“We are looking forward at winning Saturday’s game in order to please our fans, give them happiness and not let them down because they give us all the support, so we can’t let them down,” said Awany.
Teenage sensation Steven Sserwadda who is likely to get his first continental start is pleased about the team’s preparations and is beaming with confidence especially after winning the first leg comfortably.
“We are well prepared, although we won the first leg in Kampala, we have to win the game because it is not yet done,” said Serwadda.
The two teams will lock horns at the Azam Complex in Chamaza at 1600hrs EAT, as the Ugandan outfit aims at advancing to the final qualification hurdle to the group stages.